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WWII US Enlisted man's winter top coat
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Maker: US Military Model: Uniform
WWII US Enlisted man's winter top coat of a soldier in the Americal Division, which fought in the South-West Pacific theater under Gen. Douglas McArthur. The coat also bears the patch of the Sixth US Army which saw action in New Guinea in 1943-44 and the Philippines in 1945. This coat is a very early style made of course wool with coat with brass buttons. It was made under a contract with the Philadelphia QM Corps dated August 28, 1941, by the Supreme Fashion Clothes Corp. Apparently seeing little use in the Pacific theater of war, it is in extreme good condition. The inside back bears service numbers of two different soldiers, a common occurrence. Originally a size 36 regular, writing in the inside suggests it was altered to size 34 during its period of service.
Item # 19439 - WWII US Enlisted man's winter top coat
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